About Champ'd Up
Enter the Scrawliseum, where player-created characters fight over unusual titles. Who will be crowned the Champion of Cowards? The player who sees the prompt or their challenger who only sees their competition? Heavy favorites are pitted against underdogs to create hilarious, high-octane matches.
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In Champ’d Up, players battle for two rounds to see who will win the vote as the GOAT. In the first half, players are tasked to draw and name two types of characters: a champion and a challenger. First, they create a champion character based on the prompt they receive, like “The Champion of Cute.” Then, that character (but not the prompt) gets sent to another player who has to discern what the contest/prompt is, and create what they hope is a worthy challenger. When the action starts, favorites are pitted against underdogs and mayhem ensues.
The second half starts out the same, but there is a wrinkle once the action resumes. Each head-to-head contest will include a follow-up match that’s a surprise to both players. Here’s where the players need to make an important decision. They can either tag out their fighter with one of their previous characters, or they can keep them in to possibly earn some bonus points.
And if you play a subsequent game with the same players, you can tag in your previous game characters during the second half. Get ready to get slammed with call-backs!
NEW! After you play Champ’d Up, those glorious champions you create can be turned into their own unique player card game! Learn more about how to order your own custom copy of Champ’d Up Slam Down here.
Player Count: 3-8 Players
Length of Game: ~20 minutes
Family Friendly Setting: Yes
Content Moderation: Yes
Audience Capacity: 10,000
Extended Timers: Yes
Ability to Start Game From Controller: Yes
How To Purchase
Our games are available on a wide array of platforms, so make sure you pick the right one for your needs.
NOTE: Titles are not transferable between platforms (i.e. You can only play the game on the platform you purchased it from.)
You can purchase this game for Steam (PC/Mac/Linux) directly from our website. For all other purchases, simply click on the platform logo to get directed to their store.